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TMDA 0.22 released

Jul 07, 2001, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] TMDA 0.22 - A qmail-based anti-SPAM system
From: "Jason R. Mastaler" 

Since I announced TMDA 0.10 here a couple months ago, the software has
undergone several major feature additions including:

* Support for site-wide installations using qmail-relay rewriting.
  This also allows TMDA to be used by non-qmail clients such as those
  running Microsoft Windows.

* A powerful new matching syntax based on Unix shell-style wildcards.

* Package installation options for Linux and FreeBSD.

TMDA has also reached a level of stability where I feel it is now
production-worthy.

About TMDA:

TMDA is an OSI certified Python application for qmail systems designed
to significantly reduce (or eliminate) the amount of SPAM/UCE you
receive by using unique, cryptographically enhanced (called tagged)
e-mail addresses.  TMDA can both filter your incoming e-mail, and tag
your outgoing address.

For more information, download locations, and installation
instructions, visit the TMDA homepage:

    http://tmda.sourceforge.net/

Enjoy,

Jason R. Mastaler

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